applications and markets

applications and markets

Affordable advanced composites for a wide range of applications

Thermoplastics and composite materials are not new. But inefficient manufacturing technologies have traditionally limited their use to high-cost, low-volume applications—Enter Fiberforge. Through Fiberforge’s automation, scrap reduction, part tailoring and process flow, products we use every day can affordably be improved with thermoplastic advanced composites.

For performance-critical parts exposed to repeated stress, wear and impact, structural performance cannot be compromised. Fiber-reinforced composites are lighter, stronger, stiffer, tougher, recyclable, high performance materials. Fiberforge provides innovative solutions to produce these materials for high volume application needs at low costs and reduced production times.

Fiberforge produces composites parts primarily for the aerospace and defense industries and designs and sells manufacturing equipment primarily for the automotive industry.

Aerospace

Aerospace

Improve performance of components such as seat frames, floor panels, mounting hardware and window bezels, at a lower cost.
Defense

Defense

Provide health and safety advantages by lightweighting soldier gear and vehicle components such as doors, seats and load floors.
Automotive

Automotive

Reduce weight, minimize scrap and drive down manufacturing cost with Fiberforge automated composite production technology.

Other thermoplastic advanced composite markets


Consumer Electronics

Consumer Electronics

Increase durability and reduce weight – affordably— in high volume applications like laptop enclosures, mobile phones, scanners and other hand held devices.
Medical

Medical

Weight reduction and strength are just some of the benefits of thermoplastic advanced composites for prosthetics, medical devices and wheelchair parts.
Sports & Recreation

Sports & Recreation

Consumer sporting goods and equipment such as kayak paddles, backpack frames and skis are made lighter, more damage resistant and stronger with the Fiberforge technology.

Contact us to learn how Fiberforge's low cost composite processing can improve your application.

Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation

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Mystery Ranch

Mystery RanchMystery Ranch partnered with Fiberforge to make a glass-fiber reinforced thermoplastic frame sheet. Known for their low weight and high stiffness, thermoplastic composites are also notably tougher than traditional thermoset composites and, with the right process, can be produced at lower prices.Read More